Former UAM Vice-Chancellor Being Investigated following Internal AuditDecember 2nd, 2013 by Joe Burgess
A former UAM Vice Chancellor’ financial records where the topic of a recent UofA Trustee meeting.
Clay Brown, who left UAM mid-year, is the topic of any internal audit, which points to several irregular purchases and expenses.
Financial discrepancies that were found included multiple improper purchase card violations, nine misplaced Forrestry annex furnishing items, 19 unauthorized uses of the chancellors signature stamp, a $479 invoice for a 2011 holiday party for the school of forestry that was submitted and paid twice, among other policy violations.
The results of the audit are being turned over to prosecuting attorney Thomas Deen to determine if criminal charges are to be filed in Circuit Court.
Deen told MLive that he expects to receive the report next week, to begin his investigation.
MonticelloLive will follow this case as it develops.
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